It’s almost impossible to go anywhere in Nebraska at Cristmastime without seeing beautiful examples of Christmas cheer. Although almost every little town and big city has it own special decorations and celebrations, these are 10 we think are particularly pretty.
Creighton's SantaLand takes over the town around Christmas, turning it into one big celebration of the season.
Alliance's historic main street becomes a sweetly decorated winterscape this time of the year.
Although we can't really say that Omaha has a "Main Street," the downtown Festival of lights is incredibly beautiful.
Nebraska's Christmas City has events happening in the square all month long in addition to its famous light display.
Ok, so there isn't constant caroling all winter long on Wayne's main street...but its decorations and winter celebration distinguish it as a lovely place around Christmas.
The parade is only the beginning of the festivities and Christmas cheer in Seward. The main street is lit up in beautiful, festive colors all month long.
The lighting of the town Christmas tree is a big event in Sidney, and the downtown area stays lit up and brightly decorated all season.
Hemingford's Christmas diorama is unlike anything you've ever seen. The wooden panels stretch out to tell stories from the Bible. It's a community event that brings the whole town together every year.
9. North Platte
North Platte is another town that knows how to do Christmas right. From the colorful decorations to the month-long celebration, there's so much to love about Christmas in this wild west town.
Plattsmouth's historic downtown district comes alive during Christmas with jolly decorations and colorful lights, making the quaint area even more lovely.
These are just a few of the Main Streets we love at Christmastime. What are some of yours? Let us know in the comments – we’d love to see pictures!